What they did to Princess Paragon

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Dutton, 1994 - Fiction - 281 pages
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An artist is commissioned to update the image of Princess Paragon, a comic book heroine whose market share is at an all-time low. He hits on the idea of turning her into a lesbian, an immediate commercial success. At that, one of the princess' loyal fans decides the time has come to end the artist's career.

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WHAT THEY DID TO PRINCESS PARAGON

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Rodi (Closet Case, 1993), the '90s answer to Armistead Maupin and his Tales of the City, provides more frothy entertainment, but his formula is wearing thin. Brian Parrish is a comic-book artist and ... Read full review

What they did to Princess Paragon

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When gay comic strip artist Brian Parrish is hired to take over "Princess Paragon,'' an old and fading strip, word soon leaks that he intends to turn her into the first lesbian heroine. Fanatic fan ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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